Remodelista and Gardenista Design Contests

As I’ve been putting this new house together, the home renovation site Remodelista has been my go-to source for design inspiration and resources and I’m certain that Gardenista will be just as instrumental when it comes time to renovate my garden.  (Can’t wait to “dig in” come fall once the days are cooler and there’s rain on the horizon!)  Though both sites’ editors and contributors (me included) look for design inspiration in our neighborhoods and backyards, we can’t be everywhere and that’s where you come in.  Send along images of your home or garden projects and they might win a Design Award and be featured on these popular sites.  Both professional and amateur projects are welcome but here’s the catch–they need to be submitted by midnight on Monday, July 7th!  As of today, the categories with the least entries and therefore lightest competition include Best Office Space, Best Garden Shed or Outbuilding (professional) and Best Edible Landscaping (open to all.) Here are the contest specifics for Remodelista and  for Gardenista.  Do consider submitting your projects for consideration–it’s a generous thing to share your creativity!


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  1. Posted July 6, 2014 at 10:20 pm | Permalink

    A chance to remodel my kitchen for free … how can I say no?? I’ll have to get some pics over the next few days!

  2. Posted July 8, 2014 at 6:30 am | Permalink

    Hi there are using WordPress for your blog platform? I’m neew to the blog worpd
    bbut I’m trying too get started and set up my own. Do you require any coding knowledge tto make
    your own blog? Anny help would be really appreciated!

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